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Christopher Quisenbury
Posted by: Marianne Dillow (ID *****1470) Date: August 16, 2010 at 19:39:44
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I descend from John Vivion I, II and III and Elizabeth Vivion who married Vivion Daniels. There is a Thomas Vivion who is a brother to John Vivion.

I am wondering who is the CHRISTOPHER QUISENBURY in the record of Deed Abstracts of King George Co., Va 1735-1752.

Indenture made 14th/15th Oct 1747 between William Harding and his wife Sarah of county Northumberland of one part & THOMAS VIVION of County King George... by deeds of lease and release... for Five hundred pounds of current money of Virginia sold 115 acres in Hanover Parish King George County... Harding has a Quarter wheron Henry Drake lives of which said land was bequeathed unto said Sarah by the Last Will and Testament of JOSEPH BALL dated 19th Oct 1720 and duly recorded in County Court of Northumberland..

Signed: William and Sarah Harding
Presence: M. Robinsin, CHRISTOR. QUISENBURY, Harry Turner, Clapham Richarsson, Tho. Jett

Memo: Wheras Henry Drake hasa Lease dated 19th Nov 1733 for twenty years clear of any rent... sd Drake complying with the Lease in every particular 15th Oct 1747
Signed: Thos. Vivion
Presence: M. Robinson, John Triplett, CHRISTOR. QUISENBURY, Harry Turner, Clapham Richardson, Tho. Jett

I am wondering if anyone knows who Christopher Quisenbury is and how he fits into the Virginia Quisenberry family. I have seen a mention of a Christopher Quisenberry that was in Charles Co., Md for awhile but may have been from Virginia.

Any info would greatly be appreciated.

Marianne Dillow
Illinois .

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